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Useful links

European Commission, DG GROW, Space Sector

The website of DG GROW with detailed information on the EU Space Programmes, including Galileo and EGNOS. The latest status of both Galileo and EGNOS, their specific services and policy related issues are examples of the information offered. In addition, many documents and publications can be accessed or downloaded, and a list of related links is provided.

European GNSS Agency (GSA)

Besides offering background information on both Galileo and EGNOS, the GSA website supplies an overview of the GNSS market, applications, and R&D projects. Additionally a number of documents (mostly market/applications oriented) and links can also be accessed via the GSA website.

Galileo Service Centre (GSC)

Public interface for users of the Galileo open and commercial services. Provides up-to-date information on the status of the Galileo constellation and a user help desk.

European Space Agency (ESA), Satellite Navigation

ESA website on satellite navigation offers background information on Galileo and EGNOS too. On top of that there is an extensive multimedia gallery and plenty of technical background information on both ground and space segments.


The UseGalileo website helps users and developers to keep track of Galileo-enabled devices serving a variety of needs, as they become available.

ESA Navipedia

The beta version of Navipedia, the reference for GNSS, is publicly available. It offers a collection of background information on all GNSS, SBAS and RNSS (Regional Navigation Satellite Systems) currently operating or planned. Moreover there is a section dedicated to GNSS fundamentals, receivers and applications.

EGNOS portal

The portal of EGNOS provides with all relevant information on the European SBAS and the related applications. There is an EGNOS Helpdesk available through the portal where experts answer any questions related to EGNOS. In addition an application development platform is available.

BELS+ project

The BELS project began in 2015 as a means to promote EGNSS technologies in South East Asia. The current installment, BELS+, was initiated in 2018 and aims to continue the success of its predecessor. BELS / BELS+ are EU-funded projects, developed under Horizon 2020.